Fluxes is Arthur Lipsett's view of the human condition and the mixed-up planet where humans are found. As in his other films ( Very Nice, Very Nice; 21-87), Fluxes has a disconnected flow of images that, in their erratic way, build up into a cutting indictment of the world the way it is. The film's only commentary consists of unrelated snatches of words and sounds.
1968, 23 min 55 s
Certificate of Merit
International Film Festival
November 8 to 20 1969, Chicago - USA
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